Month: March 2022

Harvard Men’s Volleyball Claims Ivy League Championship After Back-to-Back Victories Against Princeton | Sports

The last point of the Harvard men’s volleyball team’s Ivy League matchup with Princeton on Saturday was also its longest, with Princeton hitters sending the Crimson scrambling past the press box and to the back wall of the Malkin Athletic Center to keep the ball in play. At the end of the 40-second rally, however, …

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Adelaide Festival review: Macro – InDaily

Co-commissioned by Adelaide Festival and the Edinburgh International Festival, macro is the result of a multi-pronged collaboration led by local company Gravity & Other Myths with the Djuki Mala First Nations dance group, and also featuring Adelaide youth vocal ensemble Aurora and a trio of stellar contemporary folk musicians from Scotland. It’s an ambitious idea, …

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Baseball Drops Sunday Contest At No.16 Rollins College, 14-7

Ciulla-Hall was one of four Skyhawks to have multiple hits Sunday (Photo Courtesy: Stonehill College Athletics). WINTER PARK, Fla. (March 6, 2022)- Despite a Chris Robertic three-run home run, Stonehill could not pull past No. 16 Rollins College who topped the Skyhawks, 14-7 Sunday afternoon at Alfond Stadium. Standout Performances: Key moments: The Skyhawks jumped …

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John Alexander celebrates milestone with Devonport Eight Ball Association | The Advocate

sports, local sports, Having vision in only one eye since he was five hasn’t stopped eight ball player John Alexander from approaching an impressive milestone. Starting with the Devonport Eight Ball Association since its inception, the 88-year-old will be reaching his 50th year of playing with it this year. “I’ve never missed a season since …

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